Laura Macaveiu

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In a continuing effort to further explore the use of the average local ionization energy [Formula: see text] as a computational tool, we have investigated how well [Formula: see text] computed on molecular surfaces serves as a predictive tool for identifying the sites of the more reactive electrons in several nonplanar defect-containing model graphene(More)
We have investigated the use of the average local ionization energy, I[combining overline](S)(r), as a means for rapidly predicting the relative reactivities of different sites on two model graphene surfaces toward the successive addition of one, two, and three hydrogen or fluorine atoms. The I[combining overline](S)(r) results were compared with directly(More)
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